Exercise Is Murder introduces blind former homicide detective, Steve Smiley and his new partner in this classic private detective mystery series readers describe as "a multi-layered whodunit" and "briskly paced with lots of clues and suspects."
Accidental drowning… or murder?
It's up to the blind detective to find out.
Found at the bottom of his exercise pool, police believe the death of Steve Smiley's friend is an accident. Smiley doesn't buy it.
There are a lot of things a blind man can do, but solve a murder alone isn't one of them. He needs a partner… one who knows their way around a crime scene. In walks Heather McBlythe. She can help him solve the crime, but can she keep him out of danger? Steve doesn't have a choice. Without her help someone will get away with murder.
Armed with years of experience as a homicide detective and his new partner, Smiley sets out to find a killer. He knows he's on the right trail when a bullet whizzes past his ear. Will Steve resurrect his life as a master crime solver, or will his sleuthing get them both killed?
The suspense and action in the Smiley and McBlythe Mysteries will keep you turning the pages to find out whodunit! No foul language, sex scenes or graphic violence—just a great mystery waiting
to be solved.
Exercise is Murder
The Steve Smiley books are a fun read. Good plot lines, interesting characters and fast-paced. I recommend the series to readers who love good mysteries and satisfying emdings.
Exercise Is Murder
None of the same old stereotype characters and no worn out story lines. How refreshing. No hot sex between partners and no curse words. This book stands alone and provides proof the author has creativity. I loved his investigative partners. Recommend this book.
Glad I got a chance to read this one, I’m a fan! Loved the Agatha Christie-style wrap up (hopefully not a spoiler for some!)